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This chapter describes briefly optically active sulfur-containing derivatives whose chirality results from the presence of a stereogenic sulfur atom with different valency and coordination numbers. Thus, it updates the more or less rich literature reports on the most common approaches that have made it possible to isolate them as optically active forms. Their recent synthetic applications are also illustrated.

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